Hotel Santo Domingo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Right on the ocean! Too bad it was dark when we were there, but it was still really nice.
After dinner we met back up with some of the others in a square in the center of town where apparently earlier there was a lot of people and dancing. The service is very slow at restaurants so we took a lot longer then expected to leave, just because we were waiting for the check!
We decided to look for another place to go, and Dan (who was fluent in Spanish) ...
... slowly growing back her fur. She's still got a skin infection the Felix is dealing with but things on the up for this little dog.
She is awaiting delivery of her microchip from England at the moment and then hopefully she will have her rabies jab end of this week. Then 1 month till the blood sample analysis, and providing the results are good, 3 months and she can land in the UK and become a British citizen, we can't wait!! We'll have to buy her a coat!
- Liz ...
... s how the 2 mothers knew to ask. I had no idea when groups came/who I had to ask to bring patients. I told them groups come in for specific reasons and if I got an e-mail about a group coming in for hernia operations I would investigate. It was forgotten about, until this past October. A group from Creighton University was coming to ILAC (in Santiago) 4 days specifically to do hernia surgeries.
I asked if I could bring 2 patients ...
... and Mardi Gras, with an added touch of girls being whipped in the butt with a balloon on a rope. People come from all over the country as well as puerto Rico, Cuba, Venezuela, etc dressed up in specific, very elaborte costumes. It was an interesting experience, but it was cut short by a rain shower (according to my sister, people sometimes stay out all night). Later I heard the fireworks but couldn't see ...
... had been leery of the idea, fearing the damage Nicon might cause in the jittery atmosphere of the Cold War, by calling him naive about foreign affairs.
Possibly it was a remark of Nixon's that drew Kennedy's mind back to the idea. In the debate the night before, the vp had reminded the national audience that 3 Democratic presidents-Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, and Harry Truman-had taken the U.S. to war. Kennedy may ...